Points for Sheffield
- Bigger scale and more 3D than moths so more area for design.
- As 3D and at ground level could engage with them more; stroke them, or give them a pat on the way past or children could crawl between their legs, of course it was strictly forbidden to sit on them but think there is a few people with pictures of themselves or their children sitting on them. Could even look through the bely of the Steel Elephant.
- Better app because recognized in locations without having to scan QR code.
- Better signs next to elephants which gave information about design and designers unlike minimal signs next to the moths (apart from the moth at Sheffield university that had a full board next to it).
- Moths had little variation on theme yes, more constrained brief but surprised not to see more about insect moths for example how a caterpillar turns into a moth.
- Bigger variety of locations. All moths were hung on walls insdie or outside buildings. Whereas elephants were in a walled garden, in a winter garden and in farms and more.
- There was a mini herd of elephants whereas no mini moths.
- Elephants signed by snooker players and members of Arctic Monkeys.
Points for Hull
- They had a glow in the dark moth; Fly me to the moon.
- They had a moth covered in swavorski crystals.
- The moths went national extending as far away as London and Kent.
Completely unbiased Sheffield win 8-3.